CM reviews law and order after protests turn violent in parts of the country

Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai chaired a law and order evaluate assembly on Friday night, following protests by the Muslim group towards defamatory feedback by former BJP leaders towards Prophet Mohammed turned violent in numerous parts of the country. In Karnataka, the group held protests in Mysuru, Belagavi and Kalaburagi on Friday, however they handed off with none untoward incident.

“There has been no violence in Karnataka and the situation is under control and peaceful. However, given that violence has broken out in some parts of the country, we have reviewed the law and order situation in the State and specific instructions have been issued to ensure peace. Every police station and district superintendents of police have to talk to community leaders and all those concerned to maintain peace and harmony. Karnataka State Reserve Police has also been put on guard and will be deployed wherever necessary,” stated Mr. Bommai, interesting to the organisations to take care of peace and concord in the State.

Earlier in the day, there was pressure in Belagavi when an effigy of former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma was hung from a wire in the metropolis. It was eliminated later. Socialist Democratic Party of India held an indication in Mysuru metropolis, demanding the speedy arrest of Ms. Sharma and Naveen Jindal, whom BJP has suspended for his or her defamatory remarks. They stated BJP’s motion is an “eyewash” geared toward placating Gulf nations. In Kalaburagi too, group members held protests on Friday.

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